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Little People
Unquestionably she is one of the most interesting of the many wonders of the kind which the Museum has offered to the public. General Tom Thumb and Commodore Nutt are henceforth not without hope. The poets of the press describe her faultless form, her winning voice, her sparkling dark eyes, her rich, dark, waving hair, her exquisitely modeled neck and shoulders, her bust a sculptor’s study (!), and her singular intelligence....
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Title: Little People
Creator: n/a
Date: January 31, 1863
Format: Article
Publication: Harper's Weekly
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.7, no.318, p.67
Keywords: Charles Stratton, Tom Thumb; Commodore Nutt; Economics; Employment; Entertainment; Entertainment, Leisure & Recreation; Intelligence; Labor; Lavinia Warren; Media; Museums; New York; New York City, NY; Phineas T. Barnum; Physical Disability; Popular Culture; Short Stature; Social Welfare & Communities
Topics: Mass Media, Culture & The Arts